A D Lecture Series: Heather Gabel

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A+D Lecture Series: Heather Gabel

Heather Gabel is an artist and illustrator. She attended The Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI and graduated from Columbia College with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She is an artist working and living in Chicago, with collage being at the core of her practice. Recent projects include a series of text based neon work that focuses on modern death rituals and the curation of Palace Film Festival, an independent film festival in it's inaugural year which assembles a wide variety of visual artists and musicians working in the film/video format. Gabel has also illustrated projects for numerous bands and sings for the band HIDE.

Heather Gabel is an artist and illustrator. She attended The Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI and graduated from Columbia College with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She is an artist working and living in Chicago, with collage being at the core of her practice. Recent projects include a series of text based neon work that focuses on modern death rituals and the curation of Palace Film Festival, an independent film festival in it's inaugural year which assembles a wide variety of visual artists and musicians working in the film/video format. Gabel has also illustrated projects for numerous bands and sings for the band HIDE.

Artist: Heather Gabel
Lecture Title: The Working Artist
Date / Time: February 26, 2015, 6:00pm
Location: Hokin Hall, 623. Wabash Ave, Room 109

Camera: Jeremy Zussman and MYu
Edit: MYu

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